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On Tuesday, the Electronic Frontier Foundation issued yet another formal response to an overzealous legal demand, this time over the use of the domain name “collusion.so.”

This story begins with President Donald Trump’s most public attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who despite being the president’s cybersecurity adviser, doesn’t seem to understand how Twitter or URLs work.

In December 2018, Giuliani amazingly blamed Twitter itself for turning a phrase he wrote in a tweet (“G-20.in”) into a valid URL. An enterprising Twitter user noticed, bought the domain, and turned it into an anti-Trump site.

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